A new slew of entertainment options are being rolled out on Microsoft’s two gaming consoles this week.
Getting a free game like Forza 5 sounds like a great deal for new Xbox One customers, right? No. It’s actually an “absolute slap in the face”—at least that’s according to a chunk of the console’s early adopters.
Microsoft goes the GameStop route to lure more customers to the Xbox One.
Personalized NFL content is coming to the Internet this summer.
EA and DICE scramble to fix their big FPS.
Premium movie network Starz has announced the STARZ Play online service has launched for the Xbox 360 via Xbox Live. And, Starz execs promise support for Xbox One is a “top priority” for 2014. The application’s interface incorporates full …
Xbox One will support YouTube apps when the console launches tomorrow, and the first native app release is expected to be compatible with Kinect movements, voice commands, and channel subscriptions. This comes as welcome news, as using YouTube through …
eBay mark-ups are bigger for Microsoft’s console right now.
Free games to keep coming for Xbox 360 Gold users.
“Time to Earn the Mask” is growled at the viewer at as the trailer comes and the urgency of that statement should be apparent after seeing the glorious first trailer for the single player campaign in the upcoming Call of …
The first Xbox One commercial in North America has hit the airwaves and it focuses on… Skype. And fantasy football. One might think that was a curious move for a new gaming console, but if you saw the product’s debut back in May, you saw where Microsoft’s head was at.